TUESDAY DECEMBER 9, 1997 %u2013 SATURDAY JANUARY 17, 1998
Gordon Kipping%u2019s solo exhibition RUSS (Residual Urban Site Strategies) presented a prototypical building conceived for narrow sites on Manhattan%u2019s Lower East Side. Through the application of electronic screens to the panelized interior surfaces of this prototypical building, the potentially uncomfortable narrow spaces were transformed into visually stimulating environments. Conveniently, the proportions of Storefront closely resembled the proportions of the proposed residential unit, allowing the gallery space to be transformed into a full-scale mock-up for the duration of the exhibition.
Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control)
Box IA1: 92
ABBYY FineReader 11.0 (Extended OCR)
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